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The Diplôme Recipe


The Authentique Recipe of the French Dry Gin since 1945

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The Diplôme Recipe


The Authentique Recipe of the French Dry Gin since 1945

THE DIPLÔME RECIPE

This method gives Diplôme Dry Gin its fully round, rich taste, while keeping great freshness. Exceptionally smooth Diplôme Dry Gin is a gem for Gin connoisseur.

This is an old traditional handcrafted Gin.

Diplôme Dry Gin unique recipe is one of the oldest in France and is always bottled at 44% Vol. to achieve the best harmony between its aromas ans its strength. As a London Dry Gin nothing is added after the distillation expect water.

Since its creation, the Diplôme Dry Gin recipe has been recorded in the archies of the distillery, referenced as :  

ORIGINAL 1945 RECIPE

Using a traditional processes Diplôme Dry Gin is made from a selection of the finest natural botanical. Amongst these, genever berries, coriander, whole lemons, orange peel, angelica, iris root, saffron as well as fennel seed.

After macerating in pure neutral alcohol, the aromas are slowly distilled inside of a small Pot Still called « à bain marie ».

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The Botanicals


The botanicals are sourced for the best experience

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The Botanicals


The botanicals are sourced for the best experience

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The genever berries [Juniperus communis], from the Alpes are the base of all the gins. It is known for its diuretic properties since ancient times. They give a herbal note and they helpful for the digestion.

The orange peel [Citrus aurantium var. amara] give some special bitterness note.  Orange and gin are perfect together in some cocktails like "Negroni". It is anti-stress and calming.

The whole lemon [Citrus Limonum] add a acid touch to the recipe and a citrus fruit note.  It provide the vitamin C and fought against the scurvy for the sailors.

The coriander [Coriandrum sativum] is full of vitamin K. The strong aroma release all the mix of botanical. Used since ancient times by the Arabs, coriander is now used in herbal medicine and is considered an aid to the digestive system.

The saffron [Crocus Sativus Linnaeus] add a spice note. The saffron qualities have been known since ancient times in East and Europe since the Middle Ages. It provide cheerfulness and wisdom.

The fennel seed, [Foeniculum vulgare] give a nice infusion to the complex recipe. Fennel was already used in ancient times for its many medicinal properties.

 

The wild angelica [Angelica archangelica L]  herb has been used in Iceland since a thousand years. This plant is considered one of the best medicinal herbs. It is against constipation, and give a great earthy note. In Latin word is "angelica", which derives her Greek aggelos "messenger".

The iris root [Iris pallida L.] provide a exotic and floral perfume. Lot of perfume us the root that is used in perfumery.

 

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The Tasting


                         The tasting is made in 3 steps

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The Tasting


                         The tasting is made in 3 steps

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The nose of Diplôme Dry Gin is a marvelous bouquet of blossoming cherry trees, cloves and the delicat expression of juniper and coriander seeds.

Each sip reveals an even greater complex and perfumed taste layered with zesty grapefruit, delicate nutty oils and a delightful infusion of lavender.

 

Its velvety texture is enlivened with rich exotic spices, dark chocolate and leads the way to a great earthy and lengthy finish.

And more cold is Diplôme more you will appreciate it.

Cheers !